About Magnemite

Magnemite is an Electric and steel-based dual Pokémon. It is called “Coil” in Japanese, “Magnetilo” in Geerman and “Magnéti” in French. No doubt, it is one of the weirdest looking Pokémon with two horseshoe magnet as hands, spherical gray metal body, large eye, and three Philips head screws on its body. Two of these are near the bottom of its body and the one on top of its head, which sort of looks similar to an antenna. The two bottom screws serve no noticeable purpose, although they may be its feet as the Pokedex identifies a footprint similar to that of the screw’s head. Now, without taking much time let’s move to the details on Magnemite Evolution.

  • National Pokedex No. #081
  • Japenese Name: Coil
  • Type: Electric/Steel Pokemon
  • Height: 0.3m
  • Weight: 13.2 lbs (6.0 kg)
  • Abilities:

#Magnet  Pull


#Analytic (hiddden ability)

  • Local No:

#081 (Red/Blue/Yellow)

#118 (Gold/Silver/Crystal)

#082 (Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald)

#081 (FireRed/LeafGreen)

#178 (Platinum)

#119 (HeartGold/SoulSilver)

#048 (Black 2/White 2)

#069 (X/Y — Mountain Kalos)

#084 (Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire)

#047 (Sun/Moon — Alola dex)

#054 (U.Sun/U.Moon — Alola dex)

#081 (Let’s Go Pikachu/Let’s Go Eevee)

#105 (The Isle of Armor)

  • Catch Rate: 190  (24.8% with PokéBall, full HP)
  • Base Friendship: 70 (normal)
  • Base Exp: 65
  • Growth Rate: Medium Fast
  • Egg Group: Mineral
  • Gender: Genderless
  • Egg cycles: 20 (4,884-5,140 steps)

MAGNEMITE STATS, LOCATION, EVOLUTION, USES AND MOREPokemon changes in different generations:

  • In Generation 1, Magnemite is Electric
  • It also has a Special base stat of 95 (Generation 1).
  • Meanwhile, in Generation 1-4, it has a base experience yield of 89. 


What’s Magnemite Evolution will bring you in terms of attack and defense can be found below:

  • HP: 22
  • Attack: 35
  • Defense: 70
  • Speed: 45
  • Special Attack: 95
  • Special Defense: 55
  • Total: 325

Moves Learned By Magnemite

Throughout the process of Magnemite Evolution, the Pokemon learns different moves. Know what will be the power and accuracy in the move at different levels.

Moves Learnt By Leveling Up

Level Move Type Category Power Accuracy
1 Tackle Normal Physical 40 100
1 Thunder Shock Electric Special 40 100
4 Supersonic Normal Status 55
8 Thunder Wave Electric Status 90
12 Electro Ball Electric Special 100
16 Gyro Ball Steel Physical 100
20 Spark Electric Physical 65 100
24 Screech Normal Status 85
28 Magnet Rise Electric Status
32 Flash Cannon Steel Special 80 100
36 Discharge Electric Special 80 100
40 Metal Sound Steel Status 85
44 Light Screen Psychic Status
48 Lock-On Normal Status
52 Zap Cannon Electric Special 120 50

Moves Learnt By TM

TM Move Type Category Power Accuracy
14 Thunder Wave Electric Status 90
16 Screech Normal Status 85
17 Light Screen Psychic Status
18 Reflect Psychic Status
21 Rest Psychic Status
24 Snore Normal Special 50 100
25 Protect Normal Status
33 Rain Dance Water Status
34 Sunny Day Fire Status
39 Facade Normal Physical 70 100
40 Swift Normal Special 60
76 Round Normal Special 60 100
80 Volt Switch Electric Special 70 100
82 Electroweb Electric Special 55 95


MAGNEMITE STATS, LOCATION, EVOLUTION, USES AND MOREWhen you have decided for Magnemite Evolution then you can find the Pokemon at the places listed below:

Power Plant
Yellow Route 10, Power Plant
Route 6, 11, 38, 39
New Mauville
Power Plant
Emerald New Mauville
Fuego Ironworks
Platinum Route 222, Fuego Ironworks
Route 6, 11, 38, 39
Black Trade/migrate from another game
White White Forest
Black 2
White 2
Virbank Complex
Breed Magneton/Magnezone
Omega Ruby
Alpha Sapphire
Route 110, New Mauville
Route 1, Hau’oli City, Malie City, Poké Pelago
Ultra Sun
Ultra Moon
Route 1, Hau’oli City, Malie City
Let’s Go Pikachu
Let’s Go Eevee
Power Plant
Challenge Beach

How to Evolve Magnemite?

Magnemite starts evolving at level 30 and evolves into Magneton, which in turn evolves into Magnezone when leveled up in a special magnetic field (in Generation IV through Generation VII) or when exposed to a Thunder Stone (in Generation VIII).

How Much Useful is my Magnemite?

The anime has shown that it has emotions and a way of reproducing although Magnemite and all its evolved forms are mechanical creatures. It has even exhibited the need to eat, although its main form of nutrients is electrical currents. Magnemite can be easily found in locations such as power plants or caves with a strong magnetic field.

Being from the Electric family Magnemite is a great addition to the team but its low speed and Attack skills act as a big disadvantage if compared to the result of the family. Consequently, in order to cope up with its shortcomings, it’s got high Special and Defense stats and learns a few really cool attacks, like Thundershock. Some great TMs to use on Magnemite include Thunderbolt and Thunder, but don’t waste a Thunder Wave or Swift on it — it learns those on its own.

The most powerful Magnemite around are found in Pokemon Yellow. But my advice would be to catch a relatively low-level Magnemite (level 16-18) on Route 10 and raise it to a high level (35 or higher), then evolve it into a Magneton.

Magnemite is a great Pokemon choice against Flying and Water-type Pokemons, but don’t make a fool of yourself by putting them against other Electric types, Ground, Dragon, and Grass types. If ever fighting against a Magnemite bring in your best ground Pokemon, because its biggest weakness is it cannot attack a ground Pokemon. Also do remember like all other Electric types, never use Flying or Water Pokemon against it, or you will be writing yourself the tale of your glorious defeat!

For more details visit the official Pokemon page for Magenmite Evolution

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